- Ryan Choi takes on the mantle of the Atom and gains the power to change his size and his mass.
Cat’s Eye, volume 6 (French) by Tsukasa Hojo
Cat’s Eye, volume 7 (French) by Tsukasa Hojo
- A trio of female art thieves and the cop who cannot catch them… despite living in the same house.
Confessions of a Blabbermouth by Mike & Louise Carey
Gargoyles: Clan-Building, volume 2 by Greg Weisman
- A rather confused, non-linear continuation to the Gargoyle’s comic.
House of Mystery, volume 1: Room & Boredom by Matthew Sturges and Bill Willingham
- At the crossroads of reality sits the House of Mysteries. Everyone is welcome and your tab can be paid in stories but 5 lost souls can never leave.
Life Sucks by Jessica Abel
- Vampirism loses its appeal when all you have to look forward to is an eternity working in a convenience store.
Madame Xanadu, volume 4: Extra sensory by Matt Wagner
- A girl who can see future casualties, a man who hears voices that aren’t there, a woman who can taste the past, a boy who stinks and remembers nothing about his life and a woman who steals life with a touch.
Mary Jane, volume 1 by Sean McKeever
Mary Jane, volume 2 by Sean McKeever
- Everyone thinks that Harry is the perfect guy for Mary-Jane but she only has eyes for Spider-man.
One Piece, volume 16 (French) by Eiichiro Oda
One Piece, volume 17 (French) by Eiichiro Oda
One Piece, volume 18 (French) by Eiichiro Oda
- Luffy the elastic pirate and his eclectic crew travel to a frozen island in search of a doctor. The fun and adventure never stops.
Steve Rogers: Super Soldier by Ed Brubaker
- Captain America must stop the grandson of the man who made him who he is from selling a new super serum on the black market.
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